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AD 65 Nero Gold Aureus Jupiter

AD 64-65 Nero Aureus Germanicus Obverse

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A very collectable Gold Aureus of the emperor Nero struck at the mint of Rome around the year AD 65. The obverse features the laureate head of the Roman Emperor facing right, with the reverse showing Jupiter seated on a chair facing left, holding a thunderbolt and sceptre. Jupiter - the king of gods, the god of sky and thunder - was the Roman equivalent of the Greek god Zeus. Nero was the fifth roman Emperor and ruled from AD 54-68. His infamous reign was associated with extravagance and debauchery. This economically priced coin is an opportunity to own a fascinating piece of history.
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Laureate head of the emperor Nero facing right. Legend around reads 'NERO CAESER AVGUSTVS'.


Jupiter seated on a chair, facing left holding a thunderbolt and sceptre. Legend reads 'AVPPITER CVSTOS'.


GF - Small edge flaw around ‘V’ on obverse. Last letters on reverse are weak otherwise bold strike and Good Fine or slightly better obverse.


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